WWII has started in Europe. Oskar Schindler (Liam Neeson) is an unsuccessful businessman who is in Poland to make money using Jewish money and slave labor. His shop manager is Itzhak Stern (Ben Kingsley) who is Jewish and does whatever he can to help his people. With Itzhak’s assistance, Oskar hires cheap, unskilled Jewish workers whom he initially sees as work animals and then begins to see them more and more as people and friends. He uses the money he’s made to get close to and bribe German officials in order to have them look the other way while he maintains his workforce. Saving Jews becomes a passion with Oskar, and he does whatever he can to save “One more, one more”. After the war Schindler is considered a war criminal, so he leaves. The grateful Jewish people he saved present him with a ring and a letter. He visits them again years later in Israel, and they erect a memorial to him after his death. Actors and Actresses from the movie are shown at the end of the movie wheeling and helping survivors paying homage at the memorial.